Abssac & TB Woods – Taking a closer look
TB Wood’s has long been associated with quality, in both products and customer care, whether it’s their made to order or their standard power transmission equipment. Product ranges include Sheaves, Belts, Pulleys, Bushes, Flexible Shaft Couplings and Clutches. When this is put together with Abssac Limited...
Tuesday 24th May 2016
Stainless Steel hub shaft connection?
ETP-EXPRESS type R has the same excellent qualities as the proven ETP-EXPRESS hydraulic hub shaft connector, but is manufactured from Stainless Steel, making the product ideal for food processing environments. The fast, one screw attachment and detachment allows for easy incremental adjustment whilst maintaining excellent concentricity.
Monday 18th April 2016
Sometimes an application can benefit from a little flexibility.
One of the greatest advantages of the Helical flexure beam product is in its ability to adapt into applications where simply others can not follow. By altering the characteristics of the coiled beam area, torque capacity, angular and parallel misalignment capabilities, (...
Friday 18th March 2016
ABSSAC stocks a wide range of solid (muff) style shaft coupling for fast easy shaft connection. Ideal for 6mm to 50mm diameter shafts, the anodised steel construction is designed for arduous use. Simply release the clamp style design by removing the four bolts...
Tuesday 12th January 2016
Arduous plastic shaft coupling in critical application
Abssac has recently supplied its one piece plastic injection moulded shaft couplings for a motor gearbox to gear box connection for an overhead hoist for lifting and moving disabled children and adults in private homes and schools.
Thursday 18th June 2015
LOW COST AND EX STOCK SOLID COUPLINGS
Abssac is now stocking solid compression-type Steel couplings. Offering sizes to accomodate 6mm to 50mm bore sizes, the rigid coupling, as it is sometimes termed, has no flexibility but can effectively be used to connect two shafts to make a permanent joint.
Monday 1st June 2015